2B.14| Volume 42, ISSUE 10, P972, October 2011

Using the medial malleolus as a guide when aiming the drill for placement of a syndesmosis screw. A CT evaluation of 100 normal ankles to find what area of the medial malleolus to aim for

      The purpose of the study was to elucidate the ideal syndesmosis drill hole direction that would not displace the fibula relative to the tibia at 20 mm proximal to the ankle joint.
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